Joshua Glick, MD

EMRA Critical Care Committee Co-Chair, 2017-2018

Residency: Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, 2014-2018
Medical school: Pennsylvania State University, 2010-2014

Repeated Valsalva maneuvers - like forcefully exuberant cheering - may not be the most common cause of Hamman's Syndrome, but it can happen.
Hepatorenal and hepatopulmonary syndromes can be easy to diagnose in the ED, and proper management can significantly impact morbidity and mortality downstream.
Methemoglobinemia can be fatal if not managed correctly. Make sure you know what to do for patients with this particular blood disorder.
It's Getting HOT in Here! A Review of Serotonin Syndrome You are called to evaluate a 74-year-old woman who was found by her daughter, confused and unable to get out of bed. The patient's only medica
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Post-Intubation Sedation Bridging the Gap Between the Emergency Department and the Intensive Care Unit The practice of endotracheal intubation is often executed as follows: the endotracheal tube is p
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